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In The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, why does Equiano initially refuse to take the liquor? A. He had hoped that he would be offered food instead of drink.
B. He disapproves of liquor. C. He is afraid of the white man who offers it to him. D. He is not thirsty.
Equiano initially refuses to take the liquor because C. He is afraid of the white man who offers it to him. "[...] one of the crew brought me a small portion of spirituous liquor in a wine glass; but, being afraid of him, I would not take it out of his hand."
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User: In The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, why does Equiano initially refuse to take the liquor? A. He had hoped that he would be offered food instead of drink. B. He disapproves of liquor. C. He is afraid of the white man who offers it to him. D. He is not thirsty.





Weegy: A. He had hoped that he would be offered food instead of drink.
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Equiano initially refuses to take the liquor because C. He is afraid of the white man who offers it to him. "[...] one of the crew brought me a small portion of spirituous liquor in a wine glass; but, being afraid of him, I would not take it out of his hand."
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